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En route
Author: Lynn Johnson, Michael O'Leary
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
Pages: 120
Year: 1993-03-01
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Depicts luggage labels produced by airlines from throughout the world in the days before jet travel, and discusses their history, the most common themes, and related topics
En Route
Author: Joris-Karl Huysmans
Pages: 313
Year: 1897
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En Route
Author: Steven Kelly Grayson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1537770810
Pages: 368
Year: 2016-12-02
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Steven "Kelly" Grayson has seen the best of us at our worst. When hearts stop working, when blood alcohol levels exceed limits we shouldn't contemplate, when bodies are extricated from car wrecks, he's been there to pick up the pieces, save our lives, and watch us slip away. En Route is an unflinching look at the heart of a paramedic and the profession that shaped him. Grayson's touching stories of life and death and the hilarious ones of times in between are here to give us an insight of what happens after we call 911, the ambulance doors close, or even what happens inside the ER when the nurse shows the family to the waiting room.
En Route
Author: Clarence Stam
ISBN: 0887560962
Pages: 390
Year: 2009-11
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En Route
Author: Roy Trevor
Pages: 303
Year: 1908
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En Route
Author: Peter Heine
Publisher: Xlibris Corp
Pages: 204
Year: 2000-11
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Delay En Route
Author: Ted McLane
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595235425
Pages: 340
Year: 2002
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Whether or not it was puppy love, depended on who was the puppy! Brian MacDonald didn't feel that way in 1944 when twenty-three old Jeanette Smith, attractive wife of an Air Corp pilot, started teaching Literature at Brandon High School. He hung around after class for additional instructions in Plato and Shakespeare, among other things. Romantic obsession, nirvana on the live stage, death during combat, and impossible to accept rejection describes what goes on in Brian's life during his senior year. His time in the Navy, a wavering belief in God, de je vue with another older woman, college hi jinks, recall to active duty during Korea, marriage to a high school sweetheart, heart breaking infertility, divorce without a guilty party, procrastination at its worst, early signs of the quagmire that became known as Vietnam are assimilated in to the story. Words of a favorite preacher and the assassination of President Kennedy finally motivates Brian to take a long postponed delay en route. His ultimate surprise adds to the reader's been there, done that perspective as they re-live through the words of Delay En Route the traumatic mid-years of the twentieth century in preparation for the uncertain days that lie ahead.
En Route
Author: Joris-Karl Huysmans
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 0559065868
Pages: 356
Year: 2009-04
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"Out of curiosity and to kill time, after so many years of forgetfulness, he enters a church and hears the Vespers for the Dead. Heavily upon his ears the music falls -- psalm after psalm, in antiphonal chant, as the singers toss up, like ditch-diggers, their shovels-full of verses -- and shakes his soul to its depths!" Disgusted with life, Durtal turns to the church. Family history and his own atavistic feelings are among them the influences that have brought him here at last -- but most powerful are the forces of art and music. Durtal makes a round of the churches during Holy Week -- "and they open to him like palaces ruined, like cemeteries laid waste by God." French novelist Joris-Karl Huysmans (1848-1907) in "En Route" tells the deeply reflective tale of one who chooses to enter into the life of the Roman Catholic Church.
En Route Goa
Author: Abilash Geetha Balan
Publisher: Notion Press
ISBN: 935206948X
Pages: 68
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" Every journey in life has a purpose, and at the end we make lasting memories out of each journey. Some memories will be cherished and some others struggle to be forgotten. En Route Goa is one such journey of a few people traveling to different destinations. In this story, each one plays a subtle role in other’s lives, carving lasting memories in an overnight train travel. But they never knew they were just playing their part in an age old myth. "
Conflict En Route to Destiny
Author: Michael L. Jones Sr.
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426915160
Pages: 100
Year: 2010-06
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As stated in the author's previous book, the Making of a Man; My Cross to Bear, the author believes that you should take the time to read and study the contents in Conflict En Route to Destiny. Have you ever thought of life as never quite being what it should be? the author has discovered that in life, the things that we have experienced can either make or break us. The important thing is what you do with the hand that you are dealt in life. The most important lesson for us is to trust in God and not get so wrapped up in what someone has or hasn't done for you; even if they were your parents. It's the author's hope that upon reading this book, that victory will be found in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Just remember what the author said in his first book the Making of a Man; My Cross to Bear; if there is no cross, then, there will be no crown. By trusting in God, we will be able to rise from the ashes as we are rising from the ruins.
En Route to Global Occupation
Author: Gary Kah
Publisher: Huntington House Pub
ISBN: 0910311978
Pages: 224
Year: 1992
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The author demonstrates that there is an ominous cooperation between the globalists, who are promotintg the one world government, and one new religion.
En Route to the Klondike, Chilkoot Pass and Skaguay Trail
Author: Frank La Roche
Publisher: Chicago : Press of the Henry O. Shepard Company
Pages: 57
Year: 1897
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Describes the two routes to Lake Linderman--one from Dyea, the other from Skagway. Collection of black and white photographs of travellers on the routes to the Klondike.
Author: Peter Canning
Publisher: Ivy Books
ISBN: 0307558932
Pages: 368
Year: 2009-02-04
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In this unforgettable, dramatic account of one man's experience as an EMT, Peter Canning relives the nerve-racking seconds that can mean the difference between a patient's death and survival, as Canning struggles to make the right call, dispense the right medication, or keep a patient's heart beating long enough to reach the hospital. As Canning tells his graphic, gripping war stories--of the lives he saved and lost; of the fear, the nightmares, and the constant adrenaline-pumping thrill of action--we come away with an unforgettable portrait of what it means to be a hero. From the Paperback edition.
Prostar Sailing Directions 2004 East Coast of South America Enroute
Publisher: ProStar Publications
ISBN: 1577855507
Pages: 279
Year: 2004-01-01
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Sailing Directions 124 (Enroute) covers the East Coast of South America from Playa Point in Venezuela to Cabo de Hornos near the southernmost tip of Argentina to the South Sandwich Islands. It is issued in conjunction with Sailing Directions 160 (Planning Guide) South Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean. The companion volume is Sailing Directions 120.
Prostar Sailing Directions 2004 New Guinea Enroute
Publisher: ProStar Publications
ISBN: 1577855698
Year: 2004-01-01
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Sailing Directions 164 (Enroute) covers New Guinea from the islands between Mindanao and Sulawesi to Louisiade Archipelago, including the Banda Sea and the Vittaz Strait. It is issued for use in conjunction with Sailing Directions 120 (Planning Guide) Pacific Ocean and Southeast Asia. Companion volumes are Sailing Directions 161, 162, and 163.

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